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Hello. I think my clifford alarm is stuck in valet mode. It will lock and unlock with the key fob but the alarm won't set. I tried to find a button combination on the internet to fix this, but have not been successful.

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u can open the drivers door if u have a 2 key remote just press lock aux lock again pretty fast and u should be great.

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if the lights flash when you hit the panic button but the horn does not beep, then the alarm horn is bad. Vehicle has a second horn just for the alarm

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The car won't start because the Clifford alarm has a starter interrupt wire where the start wire runs through the alarm system module/relay. The unit then must still be active for the car not to start. If pressing the disarm/unlock button on your Clifford key FOB does not turn the system off, you will after to do it manually. You will need to locate the manual override button installed somewhere in the car that is connected to the alarm system. Turn the ignition switch to "on" or "run" and within 10 seconds press the manual override switch. That will turn the alarm system off and allow the car to be driven normally. I would then take the vehicle to an authorized Clifford or other DEI (Viper) install shop and have them diagnose your apparent problem.

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How to get a Viper alarm out of valet mode


Exiting Valet Mode with Key Fob:
1. Open the entry door.
2. Press the lock button.
3. Press the unlock button.
4. Press the lock button again.
5. Ensure the red LED is a steady glow.

Exiting Valet Mode with Valet Button:
1. Turn the ignition ON.
2. Turn the ignition OFF.
3. Press and hold the Valet/Program button for 10 seconds.
4. Ensure the red LED is a steady glow.

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How to get a Viper alarm into valet mode


Entering Valet Mode with Key Fob:
1. Open the entry door.
2. Press the lock button.
3. Press the unlock button.
4. Press the lock button again.
5. Ensure the red LED is a steady glow.

Entering Valet Mode with Valet Button:
1. Turn the ignition ON.
2. Turn the ignition OFF.
3. Press and hold the Valet/Program button for 10 seconds.
4. Ensure the red LED is a steady glow.

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the valet key doesnt have a transponder chip in it, so it will allow physical turning of keyways and operations, but will not disable the alarm and often wont disable the immobilizer.

sorry to say i think you will need to get an autolocksmith , or main dealer to get you a functioning key with transponder chip mapped to your cars rfid system that will allow alarm to be enabled /disabled

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1. Turn the ignition on
2. Turn the ignition off
3. Press and release the valet switch within 10 seconds
The status Led will light solidly if you are entering valet mode, and it will go out if you are exiting valet mode.
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2. Press and realese lock and unlock buttons at the same time
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Now when in Valet Mode try to start the engine, if the problem persist the alarm has nothing to do with it

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